I have a wedding cake in 2 weeks that is a topsy-turvy with the styrofoam wedges. Would it be OK to assemble at home (the day before) and then deliver? I have read you should keep it chilled. I don't have the fridge space for this. I really don't want to have to decorate at the event if I don't have to.
I posted stil a few days ago and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions.
The one I did last year I assembled on site. Before leaving to the site, I placed each wedge on top of the cake it was going on and doweled in so it wouldn't move during transport and did as much of the decorating as possible before delivery and did the rest on site.
I don't feel comfortable transporting stacked cakes to begin with, but then again our roads around here are atrocious.
Would you mind pm me and letting me know how you doweled your cake? I have never attempted one. I have read and researched this for quite awhile and have a good idea but would appreciate any and all help you can offer. TIA